Oklahoma Farm to School Garden of the Year Contest 2022

School gardens are living laboratories that create teaching opportunities for nutrition, agriculture, and experiential education across all disciplines. School gardens can be an indoor herb garden in a windowsill of a classroom, outdoor raised beds, in-ground farms,...

Chop Chop Newsletter Volume 28 – Salads

This month, spring’s got us thinking about salad! Making it, eating it, learning about it, and even drawing it. What’s your favorite kind of salad? What’s the weirdest thing you like to put in a salad? What would you take out of a salad if nobody was watching? We’ve got recipes and activities for you, and some fun facts, too. A whole bowlful!

Online Training with Cooking for Kids

Oklahoma Cooking for Kids provides recipes, training and professional consultations for Oklahoma schools adjusting to the updated USDA school nutrition requirements. They work side by side with child nutrition professionals to determine positive changes to make in...

New resources available for classrooms, cafeterias and families 

These free educational resources were created for classrooms, cafeterias and families to promote Oklahoma-grown vegetables and fruits offered during meals. The free online resources for cafeterias include posters and recipes promoting a variety of locally-grown specialty crops such as tomatoes, berries, watermelon, squash, asparagus, carrots, cucumbers, peppers, peaches, sweet potatoes, broccoli and radishes.  

Chop Chop Newsletter Volume 25

Welcome to the latest ChopChop Kids Club newsletter! This month we’re eating oranges! Plus doing a lot more with them—like learning about their flavor and history, using the zest to flavor cooking oil, and even making holiday gifts from them.